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- n. Rare spelling of indenture.
- v. Rare spelling of indenture.
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At first the Apprentice was little more than a servant, doing the most menial work, his period of endenture being at once a test of his character and a training for his work.
North '; at whiche parlement, thorugh counseill of the Mortymer, the kyng of yonge age and withinne age accorded with the Scottes, and foryaf and relesed them al the homage and feautee that they oughte to do to the crown of Engelond be chartre ensealed and an endenture, in whiche were conteyned alle the homages and feautes that the kyng of
Or take family assets etc from people, endenture you to work off your debt?